Originally Posted by soundline
Depends, is it that bio-degradeable TP? That stuff freaks me out, it says that it quickly desperses back to nature. Just how quickly are we talking about? I wanna make sure if I wad some up that it's going to be there long enough to finish the job. I'd say if it dissolved before you completed a full stroke leaving you with a stink plam, then you should make the call in to the warranty office.
Just curious, if it biodegrated that quickly, how would you do a warranty claim?
"Yes, Warranty Department? Your paper biodegrates too quickly. I cannot properly finish the paperwork."
"Sir, I'm sorry you are not satisfied. Our paper has been tested on some of the roughest customers in the nation. We have tested it on a 400 pound man who ate chili and drank beer for 3 days straight. I believe our paper with hold up just fine for the average person."
"Well, it hasn't held up for me. I do not crap excessively, though I do expect the paper to prevent the dreaded brown hand."
"Sir, we value your business as a customer so we will replace the produce or refund your money if the product is defective. Please send us a used sample as will will have to test the paper and also to confirm it was being used in accordance with the instructions."
"How do you expect me to send you a sample when it biodegrates too quickly?"
"Sir, our warranty department requires a used sample to test for misuse."
"IT DISSOLVES WHEN I'M USING IT! THERE IS NOTHING LEFT TO SEND YOU!"
"Sir, again, I'm sorry that you are not satisfied, but those are the requirements for any type of warranty service."
"Very well then! I will crap in an envelope and stuff some of your "biodegradable" paper in there. That should suffice for being used! What was your name again?"
"Hello? Hello? Warranty department? Are you still there?"